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Interactives -- DNA

Human Genome : DNA and RNA
 

What are the differences between DNA and RNA?

A DNA molecule is double-stranded. An RNA molecule is single-stranded. A DNA molecule contains the sugar deoxyribose. RNA contains ribose. DNA uses a nucleotide called thymine; in RNA, thymine is replaced with uracil.



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